Category Archives: Local Food Economy
We believe this tote bag is the way to show your love for all things local and naturally delicious. It is sturdy and delivers its message humorously. All seams and stress points are double stitched for durability. Unlike … Continue reading
Mountain Naturals works hard to bring you high quality products with the smallest carbon footprint. This time of year is our best! This photo includes a portion of our Colorado fruits and vegetables. Look at these incredible peaches, raspberries, ruby … Continue reading
Peaches from Austin Family Farm in Paonia , CO have been particularly tasty this year. Our delivery from the Austins occurs each Tuesday during the harvest season. Drop by to buy a few or a flat… better still place an … Continue reading
We are pleased to offer veggies from “Farmgirls from the homestead” based in Kiowa, CO. Their produce is grown following organic practices and packaged in compostable bags. Today stocked the cooler with their kale, chard, romaine and mixed greens. Family … Continue reading
Our friends at Nourish Organic Juice welcome you to their new storefront in Colorado Springs. We have been offering their juice and kale chip products for several months. Their products have been well received here in Woodland Park.
Mountain Naturals Community Market offers a great selection of non-GMO, organic seeds for our high altitude gardeners. Our seed sources are High Mowing Organic Seeds and Hobbs Family Farms. View our seed list for HMOS Seed and HFF.
We are happy to offer Love Muffins just in time for Valentine’s Day! Read about Ingrid with our assurance that her muffins are spectacular. “My name is Ingrid, and I am a single mom of two loving boys. I struggled … Continue reading
Two of the Mountain Naturals crew attended the Local Food Summit in Denver today. We saw several of our organic suppliers and friends. We learned that the Slow Money group has invested $21 million in 180 food businesses. The sobering … Continue reading
Mountain Naturals Community Market is pleased to announce another locally produced product. This 22 oz bag of sprouted quinoa flour is produced by Morin Farms of Lake George, CO and sells at a reasonable price. Buying this product supports … Continue reading